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These are heady days indeed in Ballyhaunis GAA circles, the east Mayo outfit already have their hurling team in the Connacht Intermediate Championship final thanks to a 2-10 to 1-10 win over Roscommon champions Four Roads last Monday. This Sunday, their intermediate footballers have the chance to join them in the Connacht final when they take on Roscommon side St Croan’s in the home of Rossie football, Dr Hyde Park.
From winning just two games of football last year and losing their opening championship game this season, Ballyhaunis have torn up the script this summer and gone on to become deserving Mayo intermediate champions. This was a victory not just for the team and the club of today, but for all the teams and players that tried to get there over the years and fell just short, according to Liam Lyons in his acceptance speech after the full time whistle. The red and black me from east Mayo are back in the big time next year and they did so playing an exciting brand of football doing so.
A collection of more than 50,000 images will be donated to the county of Mayo this weekend. Internationally acclaimed photographer Liam Lyons will make his collection available to the people of Mayo, a collection that documents the public and private events that occurred in Mayo over the second half of the 20th century.
Tesco stores in Galway, supported by the Lions Club, collected more than 3,060 worth of meals as part of the Tesco Christmas Food Appeal.
Tesco stores in County Mayo, supported by the Lions Club, collected more than 4,280 worth of meals as part of the Tesco Christmas Food Appeal, it has been revealed. The appeal was one of the biggest of its kind in Mayo this year, with all food collected being distributed locally. Tesco topped-up the local Mayo donations by 30 per cent.
The Lions Club and Tesco stores across the county have collected over 1,940 worth of meals as part of the Tesco Christmas Food Appeal.
AT THE risk of milking a cliché to death, rumours of the demise of the book are greatly exaggerated if the amount of books published in Galway over the last 12 months is any indication.
Best Loved Poems: Favourite Poems from the West of Ireland, edited by Thomas F Walsh and photography by Westport photographer Liam Lyons, has been launched.
Internationally acclaimed professional photographer Liam Lyons of Westport, will be the special guest on Covies Corner on Westport Community Radio (WRCFM, 98.2) on Sunday night January 13 from 8pm to 10pm.
The Westport Civic Trust AGM will be held on Tuesday January 15 at 7.30pm in the Atlantic Coast Hotel.